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  1. #1281
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    Re: Some Big Whities For Ya...

    Quote Originally Posted by Ourea View Post
    In closing, there is a big change in the works for wildlife management in this province.
    I can say will 100% certainty.....you will have had nothing to do with it's success.
    This statement brings 2 words to mind;
    RECONCILIATION & CO-MANAGEMENT.
    I wonder who will be part of that?

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    Re: Some Big Whities For Ya...

    Quote Originally Posted by bearvalley View Post
    This statement brings 2 words to mind;
    RECONCILIATION & CO-MANAGEMENT.
    I wonder who will be part of that?
    Reconciliation.......or as some call it, increased control of all resources.
    FN needs to be a part of this model but not the defining part.


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    Re: Some Big Whities For Ya...

    As a new hunter who enjoys visiting this thread and viewing Ourea's posts and videos, I find it incredibly irritating that people are trying to derail it by turning it into a baiting debate or voicing their opinions on the topic. That's not what this was intended for. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion but if you feel so strongly about the topic, why not start a thread of your own? Surely it would gain more attention and traction that way?

    Thanks for the recent videos Ourea. I find that insanely interesting. I've often debated with friends and family on the impact of leaving a gut pile in an area you intend to hunt again. Very cool to see it on video!

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    Re: Some Big Whities For Ya...

    Ourea, whats your thoughts are bucks still chasing does right now or did the rut seem to end early this year?

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    Re: Some Big Whities For Ya...

    Quote Originally Posted by backcountry99 View Post
    Ourea, whats your thoughts are bucks still chasing does right now or did the rut seem to end early this year?
    I only puled the one cam yesterday.
    This spot has a small family unit of does showing with two bucks around.
    They are not showing much interest now (in this spot)....unlike last week.


    I'm all in favor of keeping dangerous weapons out of the hands of fools. Let's start with keyboards and forums. - F L Wright


    "Statistics are like women; mirrors of purest virtue and truth, or like whores to use as one pleases". ~Theodor Billroth

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    Re: Some Big Whities For Ya...

    Quote Originally Posted by Dash View Post
    As a new hunter who enjoys visiting this thread and viewing Ourea's posts and videos, I find it incredibly irritating that people are trying to derail it by turning it into a baiting debate or voicing their opinions on the topic. That's not what this was intended for. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion but if you feel so strongly about the topic, why not start a thread of your own? Surely it would gain more attention and traction that way?

    Thanks for the recent videos Ourea. I find that insanely interesting. I've often debated with friends and family on the impact of leaving a gut pile in an area you intend to hunt again. Very cool to see it on video!
    I agree...

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    Re: Some Big Whities For Ya...

    Quote Originally Posted by 338win mag View Post
    I agree...
    I agree!....
    " We must strive to touch the land gently and care for it as true stewards, that those who follow us and assess our record may see that our mark on the land was one of respect and love, not cruelty and disdain."

    Robert B. Oetting

    Proud BC Resident Hunter

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    Re: Some Big Whities For Ya...

    Ourea keep the videos coming, and this goes without saying, keep the comments coming. This is making for some great entertainment. Oh, and I'll pay in wine for your spots.

    I'm all in favor of keeping dangerous weapons out of the hands of fools. Let's start with keyboards and forums. - F L Wright - This is so true.

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    Re: Some Big Whities For Ya...

    Back on track.

    Checked one cam today that I haven't checked for a couple weeks.

    Guess who survived another rifle season?
    Yep. Grandpa was back on Dec 1st. I swear he gets a copy of the regulations.

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    http://www.wildsheepsociety.net/

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    My Mind to my Work.......
    But My Soul Belongs to the Mountains.....

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    Re: Some Big Whities For Ya...

    Notice of observation, being new to this style of pursuing WTail, about two weeks ago we had unseasonably warm conditions, +14 bottom of the valley one day. Any way the temps at the 4000-5000 foot ranged ranged from 0- +6 degrees through the week with rain, cameras mounted in 6 different sights ......deer Activity remained rather constant, including night time surveillance...... Not much moving. A few bucks, nothing to really note of except one dandy that showed on two cam's. Then, once it dropped to -3 to -6 at same elevation, boom overnight, lots of activity including some nice new to us decent bucks seen on cam's . The following morning, deer hit the dirt, two actually, that evening another good buck found the hanging pole.
    Interesting finds, so six positions used, 4 hunters, 7 days, daylight to dark, a number of small Bucks passed up over this time, other than 1 big dominant Buck spotted but no shot offered the day of activity burst ..... Until obviously the a Rut kicked into high gear with temperature drop.
    Proving that likely the drop in temps that got them going, it was on.
    Informative for us newbies to the program to witness proof again....... Last year was our first year of cam's. Now I see what so many are enjoying, trying figure out and to locate these Special to us bucks. And to try to put the puzzle together is mind blowing. That said, we likely will never figure out on a consistent basis, what it takes to harvest the biggies. That alone can keep me going, ya never know. Lots of fun!
    Thanks for those willing to share their finds.
    Last edited by curly top; 12-07-2017 at 03:32 AM.
    BC's Wildlife belongs to BC Residents .......

    BC WILDLIFE should not be for corporate greed to benefit Foreighn ownership.

    POACHERS are not real HUNTERS as the media posts.

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